Who is buying big ticket items when shopping for weekly groceries is now becoming a “big ticket”.

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The economy is doing great! You mouth-breathing peasants are just too stupid to notice.

As economic woes deepen, recent indicators point to a stark reality. Holiday retail hiring has plummeted to its lowest point in half a decade, sounding an alarming note for the economy. Simultaneously, real median household income in the U.S. is experiencing a troubling decline. Industries reliant on big-ticket purchases, from refrigerators to boats and teeth straighteners, report a significant slowdown in consumer spending. Apple, a tech giant, faces a prolonged decline, marking its longest slump since 2001. These distressing developments collectively underscore the severity of the economic crisis, casting a shadow over consumer confidence, employment, and the broader financial outlook.

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